Holiday Inn Express Vancouver Airport
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It's been a very long time since we've had to wait for this vacation since we returned from Tennessee but our departure date has finally arrived. We've decided that with our early a.m. flight on Friday to Los Angeles we would drive into the city with Tom & Jamie and stay at the Holiday Inn in Richmond because they will keep our car for a week …
... a bar, becoming known for his talent for chatter and lengthy stories, hence the nickname Gassy. He had a very colourful family life also, and left his mark on the area to such an extent that they named it after him. It is now the centre of Vancouver nightlife, home to an array of bars and restaurants. However, we were a little underwhelmed by it. Perhaps its reputation had gone before it, perhaps we were not in the right mood for it, or are ...
Went for an early morning wander to find some breakfast then caught the bus down to Stanley Park as going to the Vancouver aquarium. School holidays here so lots of kids everywhere but actually not that bad once inside. Amazing jellyfish exhibits, amazon rainforest, tropics , arctic and local Canadian coastline habitats. Caught the beluga show ...
I usually spend the sunrise on disembarkation day up on deck wandering around and taking pictures. Woke up in time, but couldn't figure out how to get out without disturbing Joy. And as she's tolerated having the curtains open the whole cruise, I was going to let her sleep. All too soon it was time to get up and leave. I was prevented from eating on the back deck because the doors were locked. Bummer, so I ate by the ...
... it was dinner time... And we were hungry. Shame the stove we were using at Wil's was quite an old one. Each ring had 7 heat settings: 1 to 7. As any sane person would do to cook chicken, the heat went straight up to 7. Not much happened, and the clock kept ticking. Slowly but surely the chicken was cooking, but something wasn't quite right. It took a phone call to Wil to establish that this particular cooker worked in reverse. 1 was actually ...